Officials and community members came together to celebrate the opening of two 'modernized' schools in the Cherry Hill Community Tuesday evening.
The celebration kicked off with a ribbon-cutting along with Governor Larry Hogan, Mayor Catherine Pugh, and Baltimore officials for Arundel Elementary and Cherry Hill Elementary/Middle schools.
Some of the new features at both schools include technology labs, sound systems in all classrooms, handheld devices and laptops for students, and collaborative learning areas.
One special feature for Arundel Elementary is the use of natural light in instructional areas.
“We’re trying to look to the next generation and give these kids an opportunity than the previous generation. These kids are going to get an education and they are going to have the opportunity to have a better future,” said...
Students from Carter G. Woodson Elementary/Middle, which closed at the end of the 2017-18 school year, will now attend either Arundel or Cherry Hill, based on their current grade
The next ribbon-cutting is tomorrow for the independence and ACCE High Schools.